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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1997 7C Panthers Calendar In the Crease ... 3 REVENGE: Carolina's Glen Wesley, traded by Boston to the then-Hartford Whalers in 1994, j scored twice in Monday's 3-1 wia over the Bruins to give him 12 I points in 14 career games against Boston. "I'd sure love to see him still in a Bruins uniform," ' r Boston's Ray Bourque said. Upcoming garnet NovemberDecember & c THE PALM BEACH POST ML MELLOWING MIKE: Coach Mike Keenan on the Canucks blowing a two-goal lead in a tie Monday . with Detroit: "It's just a super point because we're playing the championship team, who were here rested and waiting." The Canucks returned to town Sunday; the Red Wings on Saturday. I didn't demand anything. It's a request" JOHN MacLEAN, Devils' all-time leader in games and points, on asking the team for a trade. REPORT i w op y .ffl. a ar 30 1 2 3 4 5 7:00 6 Cap sc 8 9 10 7:30 U 12 1-00 13 7:00 Cap llmhim Inn Irtnin sc sc sc - Conference standings Muller's suspension two games r season but will make a full recovery from a depressed skull fracture sustained in a car accident Nov. 24, the team said. TUESDAY'S GAMES B Capitals 3, Rangers 2, (OT): Joe Juneau scored with 1:15 left in overtime to give Washington its victory against New York at Madison Square Gardens. B Avalanche 4, Oilers 2: Peter Forsberg scored two goals as host Colorado Avalanche continued its dominance over Edmonton. The Avalanche improved to 10-0-1 against the Oilers in the past 11 regular-season games between the teams. B Senators 4, Islanders 2: Daniel Alfredsson, Igor Kravchuk, Alexei Yashin and Bruce Gardiner scored and Ottawa defeated New D Tikkanen chosen for Finnish Olympic team: Panthers forward Esa Tikkanen was among 14 NHL players selected Tuesday for Finland's Olympic hockey team. Other notable Finns named included forwards Jari Kurri and Teemu Selanne and defensemen Teppo Numminen and Janne Niini-maa. . . . Colorado Avalanche forward Peter Forsberg and Detroit's Nicklas Lidstrom were among 21 NHL players chosen for the Swedish Olympic team. B Devils' MacLean requests trade: New Jersey Devils right wing John MacLean has requested a trade after being unable to agree on a new contract with General Manager Lou Lamoriello. B Noteworthy: Mighty Ducks left wing Shawn Antoski, 27, will likely miss the remainder of the . EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic W L TPti GF GA Home Away Div I Philadelphia 15 8 5 35 80 63 9-5-2 6-3-3 5-2-2 New Jersey 17 9 0 34 74 49 10-4-0 7-5-0 9-2-0 Washington 14 10 4 32 83 73 5-3-2 9-7-2 5-2-1 t N.Y. Islanders 11 12 4 26 72 74 5-7-1 6-5-3 3-6-3 N.Y. Rangers 8 12 9 25 73 79 4-6-5 4-6-4 2-5-3 Florida 8 14 S 21 63 80 3-10-3 5-4-2 4-5-3 Tampa Bay 4 17 4 12 50 86 3-5-3 1-12-1 1-8-1 Northeast W L TPti GF GA Home Away Div Pittsburgh 15 9 5 35 83 71 6-4-3 9-5-2 7- 1-3 Montreal 15 10 3 33 85 68 6-6-3 9-4-0 4-3-2 Boston 11 12 5 27 67 78 3-6-3 8-6-2 2-3-2 Carolina 11 13 4 26 75 77 8-5-3 3-8-1 4-5-1 Ottawa 11 13 4 26 72 70 6-8-1 5-5-3 1-5-2 Buffalo 7 12 6 20 64 74 3-6-2 4-6-4 2-3-3 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central W L TPti GF GA Home Away Div Dallas 18 7 4 40 95 65 8-3-2 10-4-2 5-4-0 Detroit 17 6 5 39 93 63 9-4-3 8-2-2 3-2-2 St. Louis 16 9 3 35 81 62 10-4-2 6-5-1 6-2-1 Phoenix 13 11 2 28 76 73 9-4-1 4-7-1 5-3-0 Chicago 10 13 4 24 59 69 5-6-2 5-7-2 1-7-1 Toronto 8 13 4 20 50 70 4-8-2 4-5-2 3-5-0 Pacific W L TPti GF GA Home Away Div Colorado 14 6 8 36 84 70 7-2-4 7-4-4 5-2-2 Los Angeles 12 9 5 29 85 71 8-5-0 4-4-5 3- 1-0 Anaheim 11 12 6 28 68 79 4-7-3 7-5-3 5-4-1 Vancouver 9 14 4 22 77 90 4-6-3 5-8-1 2-3-2 Edmonton 8 14 6 22 66 86 4-6-3 4-8-3 3-7-1 San Jose 9 18 2 20 73 91 4-9-1 . 5-9-1 2-6-0 Calgary 6 15 7 19 70 87 5-7-2 1-8-5 3-2-2 Tuesday's results to East comes five years early Who's playing whom? HIGHLIGHTS Ottawa 4, N.Y. Islanders 2 Washington 3, N.Y. Rangers 2, OT St. Louis 3, New Jersey 1 Anaheim 3, Toronto 3, tie Colorado 4, Edmonton 2 Today's games In 1998-99 and 1999-2000, each Eastern Conference club will play the other teams in its division five times; Western Conference clubs will play each divisional opponent six times. Each club will play the other teams in its conference four times. Each club will play one or two games against non-conference teams. In 2000-0 1 and 2002-03, each club will play the other teams in its division five times, the other teams in its conference four times and teams in the other conference one or two times. In 2003-04 and beyond, each club will play the other teams in its division six times, other teams in its conference four times and teams from the other conference one time. Each of the Canadian-based clubs will play its three remaining games against non-conference Canadian teams. All clubs' three remaining games will be scheduled as wild-card games designed to maintain existing rivalries and create new ones. York in Uniondale, N.Y. B Blues 3, Devils 1: Craig Conroy set up all of St Louis' goal as the team snapped a season high, five-game winless streatf with a win in East Rutherford, N.j; B Ducks 3, Maple Leafs 3; Defenseman Ruslan Salei scoreo) with 4:06 remaining to earn the tie with host Toronto. j LATE MONDAY j B Flames 3, Sharks 2 (OT) German Titov scored 1:22 into overtime, giving host Calgary ovei San Jose. B Red Wings 3, Canucks 3 Martin Lapointe scored with es$ than four minutes left to giv Detroit a tie with host Vancouverj This report was supplemented with material from Post wire sen vices. I Central Division with ' Chicago Detroit and St. Louis. In 1999 2000, the new Atlanta club will be added to the Southeast Division, j The Columbus Blue JacketJ will join the Central Division when they enter the league in 200 2001. The new franchise at Minner sota will join Calgary, Colorado! Edmonton and Vancouver in th$ Northwest Division, giving th$ NHL six divisions of five club each. i The board also approved trans-actions involving minority owner-ship of the New York Rangers, j Also, Bettman said that group in Edmonton would make an offer to buy the financially trou bled Oilers and keep them in tha city. ; "My hope is not to move this club," Bettman said. "We've air ways discouraged franchise relof cation, and, more important, w$ don't want to move any mor$ teams out of Canada. It's too im portant to our game.' Citrus Nationals WHEN: Tonight. Gates open at 5 p.m. WHERE: Moroso Motor-sports Park. EVENTS: Time trials at 6 p.m.; elimination rounds at 7 p.m. Top Fuel Cars, Jet Cars Jet Truck and the Wheelestander run at 8 and 10 p.m. TICKETS: $15 each for adults, children under 12 are free. All tickets purchased for last Saturday or Sunday will be honored. DIRECTIONS: From the south, exit 1-95 at PGA Boulevard (exit 57B), go west to SR 710 (Beeline Highway) and turn right, go 8.2 miles. Park is on the right. From the north, exit 1-95 at SR 706 (exit 59B) turn left on SR 710, go 3 miles. Park is on left. Information: (561) Anaheim at Buffalo, 7 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Carolina, 7:30 p.m. Los Angeles at Montreal, 7:30 p.m. Boston at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. Phoenix at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m. Edmonton at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Detroit at Calgary, 9 p.m. LEGEND: A (-214) next to one team means that team is the underdog. To wager on the favorite, a victory by three goals team must either win, tie, or lose by less than two goals. the game to start." Dryden said there were one or two votes against the plan, "but I don't think they would have been 'no' votes if they had made a difference." The realignment plan creates a new division in each conference, Monday's results Carolina 3, Boston 1 Pittsburgh i, Montreal 0 1 Buffalo 1, Philadelphia 1, tie :. Phoenix 3, Florida 2 ; i Calgary 3, San Jose 2, OT Detroit j, Vancouver d, tie -Summaries By Chuck Otterson Palm Beach Post Staff Writer PALM BEACH Florida Panthers winger Kirk Muller has been suspended for two games without pay and fined $1,000. The fine is the maximum allowed under the NHL's collective bargaining agreement Muller's suspension and fine followed a Tuesday afternoon hearing during the NHL's annual meeting at The Breakers. He had been suspended indefinitely Monday for high-sticking forward Nik-las Sundstrom in Sunday's game against the Rangers at New York. "I think it's fair," said Brian Burke, the NHL's vice president of operations. "I watched the tape 30 times." This is the first suspension of Muller's 14-year NHL career. Move back REALIGNMENT From 1C Toronto come in sooner." Maples Leafs President Ken Dryden said the move was "something that had been on the back burner for a long time, probably since Toronto was moved to the West, (a move that) made very little sense." The Maple Leafs were moved from the eastern Adams Division to the western Norris division in 1981. "The league made a commitment to move the Leafs back to the East (in 2003)," Dryden said. "It was just a matter of trying to short-circuit things, and everyone realized it made sense. It's where we should have been, where our natural rivalries are. "It didn't hit me how important this was until we made our one and only trip to Montreal last season, and I saw so many people wearing Leafs jerseys just milling around on the streets, waiting for York 1 of S. Goalies-Washington, Kolilg 13-5-3 (25 shots-23 saves). New York, Richter 8-10-8 ( 28-25). A 18,200 (18,200). Referee-Terry Gregson. Linesmen Gord Broseker, Brad Kovachik. Blues 3, Devils 1 St. Louis New Jersey 0 1 2-) 0 1 0-1 First Period-Nont. Penalty-Sutton, NJ (interference), 16:09. Second Period-1, St. Louis, Pronger 3 (Pellerln, Conroy), 8:36. 2, New Jersey, Ellas 9 (Holik, Nieder-mayer), 13:03. Penalties-Gilmour, NJ (slashing), 3:43; Poeschek, StL (unsportsmanlike conduct), 7:03; Oliwa, NJ (unsportsmanlike conduct), 7:03; Poeschek, StL, major (fighting), 9:05; Oliwa, NJ, major (fighting), 9:05; Rolston, NJ (slashing), 10:13; McAlplne, StL (hooking), 16:43; Maclnnis, StL (hooking), 19:03. Third Period -3, St. Louis, Atcheynum 4 (Conroy, Pronger), 3:45. 4, St. Louis, Hull 14 (Maclnnis, Conroy), 6:01. Penalties-Maclnnis, StL (hooking), 14:46; Guerln, NJ (roughing), 15:29. Shots on goal-St. Louis 10-6-11-27. New Jersey 5-9-14-28. Powr-plays-St. Louis 0 of 4; New Jersey 0 of 3. Goalies-St. Louis, Fuhr 13-6-3 (28 shots-27 saves). New Jersey, Brodeur 16-6-0 ( 27-24). A 14,223 (19,040). Referee-Lance Roberts. Linesmen-Pat Dapuzzo, Tim Nowak. Mighty Ducks 3, Maple Leafs 3 Anaheim Toronto 0 12 0-3 0 2 10-3 First Poriod-None. Penolfy-Drury, Ana (charging), 9:39. Second Poriod-I, Toronto, Sullivan 3 (D.King, Berezin), 11:09. 2, Toronto, Korolev 9 (Sundin), 13:54 (sh). 3, Anaheim, Sandstrom S (Mlronov, Daigneault), 16:44. Penalties Salei, Ana (interference), 1:22; Clark, Tor (roughing), 3:28; Domi, Tor (holding), 13:26. Third Period-4, Toronto, Smith 2 (Sundin), 7:48. 5, Anaheim, Sacco 3 (Mlronov, Daigneault), 12:37. 6, Anaheim, Salei 4 (Cullen), 15:54. Penalties-Stevenson, Ana, major (fighting), 7:53; K.King, Tor, major (fighting), 7:53; Domi, Tor (holding), 8:10; Janssens, Ana, major (fighting), 10:23; Macoun, Tor, major (fighting), 10:23; Yushkevlch, Tor (roughing), 10:36. Overtime None. Penalties None. Shots on (sal Anaheim 13-11-12-137. Toronto 9-6-11-1 27. Power-plays Anaheim 0 of 4; Toronto 0 of 2. Goalies-Anaheim, Hebert 7-9-3 (27 shots-24 saves). Toronto, Healy (9-9), Potvin 7-8-3 (12:51 first, 28-25). A-15,620 (15,726). Referee-Don Ko-harskl. Linesmen-Derek Amell, Ray Scapinello. BODY WORKS PRIVATE SUITES S 863-7337 727 Northlake Blvd. ;1 block east of Prosperity Farms Rd., NPB 1 I i Avalanche 4, Oilers 2 Winter Park man's 135 wins PGA series event u - CHmnnlMfl 1 0 1-2 0 2 2-4 Colorado First Ptriod-I, Edmonton, Smyth 10 (Weight, , Arnott), 2:08. Panamas Marchment, Edm (cross- Checking), 5:09; Corbet, Col (Interference), 7:14; . Odgers, Col (roughing), 9:51; Bannister, Edm (tiooKing), 13:19; Mironov, Edm (interference), ."17:41. 1 Second Period -J, Colorado, Forsberg I (Krupp, Kurri), 6:28 (sh). 3, Colorado, Saklc 15 (Kamensky, I Oiollnsh), 18:50 (pp). Penalties-Weight, Edm .'(holding), 2:27; Deadmarsh, Col (hooking), 4:45; Bannister, Edm (slashing), 10:52; Colorado bench, )' served by Kamensky (too many men), 13:37; Fried-'man, Edm (roughing), 14:38; Lemieux, Col (rough- Ing), 16:38; Arnott, Edm (hooking), 16:52. , Third Period -4, Edmonton, Kovalenko 2 (Smyth, I .Weight), 3:12 (pp). 5, Colorado, Forsberg 9 (Le-I mieux, Kamensky), 15:41. 6, Colorado, Lemieux 10 I MGusarov, Klemm), 18:14. Penalties-Arnott, Edm, i major (fighting), 2:12; Foote, Col, minor-maior-".misconduct (Instigator, fighting), 2:12; deVrles, , ' Edm, minor-misconduct (holding), 3:48; McGillls, :' ,Edm (elbowing), 10.49; Buchberger, Edm (rough- Ing), 10:49; Lemieux, Col (roughing), 10:49; Bannis-y W, Edm (elbowing), 12:30; Marchant, Edm, minor-misconduct (unsportsmanlike conduct), 12:30; 3 Forsberg, Col (roughing), 12:30; Deadmarsh, Col, Late Monday Red Wings 3, Canucks 3 (OT) Detroit . Vancouver 1(2 0-3 2 10 0-3 Gardiner: 1 goal Juneau: game-winning goal Conroy: 3 assists Hebert: 24 saves Forsberg: 2 goals LATEST LINE Buffalo (-ViEven) Carolina (-ftEven) Montreal (-I-H2) Philadelphia (-V2I) Phoenix (-I-H2) Dallas (-P2I) Detroit (-1V2) favorite and the other team (2) is the is needed. To win on the underdog, the Thursday's games New Jersey at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m. Los Angeles at Ottawa, 7:30 p.m. Colorado at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. Toronto at St. Louis, 8:30 p.m. San Jose at Vancouver, 10 p.m. minor-misconduct (slashing), 12:30; Mlronov, Edm (roughing), 13:01; Corbet, Col (roughing), 13:01; Arnott, Edm, misconduct, 15:48. Shots on goal Edmonton 7-6-720. Colorado 10-16-16-42. Power-plays-Edmonton 1 of 5; Colorado 1 of 8. Goalies Edmonton, Joseph 8-11-6 (42 shots-38 saves). Colorado, Roy 11-4-7 (20-18). A-16,061 (16,061). Referee-Mark Faucette. Linesmen-Wayne Bonney, Andy McElman. Senators 4, Islanders 2 Ottawa N.Y. Islanders 1 2 1-4 2 8-2 First Period-I, Ottawa, Kravchuk 5, 6:22. Penal-tles-Dackell, Ott (Interference), :21; Gardiner, Ott (slashing), 3:30; Lambert, Ott (roughing), 7:28; Green, NY (roughing), 7:28; Reichel, NY (hooking), 11:19; Lambert, Ott (roughing), 19:55; Pllon, NY (roughing), 19:55. Second Period-2, Ottawa, Yashin 11 (McEa-chern), 6:18. 3, New York, Chorske 4 (Smolinskl), 14:24 (sh). 4, Ottawa, Alfredsson 9 (Daigle, Van Allen), 16:51 (PP). 5, New York, Bertuzzi 3 (Smo-tlnski), 17:08. Penalties-York, Ott (crosschecking), 8:05; Chara, NY (hooking), 15:45; Dackell, Ott (tripping), 18:03. Third Period-, Ottawa, Gardiner 2 (Cun-neyworth, Redden), 19:16 (en). Penalties-None. Shots on goal-Ottawa 11-6-9-26. New York 2-11-3-16. Power-plays-Ottawa 1 of 2; New York 0 of 4. Goalies-Ottawa, Rhodes 6-9-1 (16 shots-14 saves). New York, Flchaud 3-5-3 (17-14), Salo (16:51 second, 8-8). A-8,141 (16,297). Referee-Rob Shick. Linesmen-Brian Murphy, Mark Pare. Capitals 3, Rangers 2 Washington N.Y. Rangers 110 1-3 2 10-2 First Period-1, Washington, Simon 6 (Oates, Housley), 11:10 (pp). Penaltles-LaFontaine, NY (hooking), 10:34; Konowalchuk, Was (hooking), 11:20. Second Period-2, New York, Kovalev 7 (Keane, Stevens), 8:13 (pp). 3, Washington, Johansson 9 (Housley, Oates), 16:35 (pp). 4, New York, Gretzky 9 (Stevens, Sundstrom), 19:53. Penalties-Skrud-land, NY (tripping), 4:10; Hunter, Was (goalie Interference), 7:29; Miller, Was (tripping), 8:31; Kovalev, NY (hooking), 8:52; Krygier, Was (tripping), 13:46; Graves, NY (hooking), 15:34. Third Perlod-None. Penalty-Berube, Was (tripping), 6:27. Overtlme-5, Washington, Juneau 3 (Konowalchuk), 3:45. Penalties-None. Shots on goal-Washington 10-9-5-4-28. New York 6-8-11-0-25. Power-plays-Washington 2 of 4; New Private Modeling Private Suites Call for Details! 439-3117 MON-SAT fm-it SUN lOam-tam MM! to sum Now Hiring iericajlTizigr ,r 963-0070 'iJr 42Q IQlh T. 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V" "1 HOTTEST HAPPY rv . mi' I Wooibfiortt I timdUm. i mi - I Atlantic Ave j ti mil ' THiinnn i n hi ni i iinnr imf T World 3 LUNCH OPEN 1 1 :00 51 First Period I, Detroit, Kozlov 8 (Shanahan, '-Murphy), 6:51. 2, Vancouver, Bure 15 (Ohlund, Le-JiOyard), 10:48. 3, Vancouver, Mogllny S (penalty I Shot), 15:37. Penalties-Hedican, Van (Interfer-.) -ence), 8:48; Noonan, Van (cross-checking), 16:41; ', Sillinger, Van (interference), 19:09. , H', Second Period -4, Vancouver, Mogilny 6 (Messl-, , er), 2:17. Penalties-Detroit bench, served by Ko- 'cur (unsportsmanlike conduct), 2:17; Bure, Van t tleoalle Interference), 4:27; Messier, Van (interior-j ence), 6:01; Ohlund, Van (cross-checking), 8:45; : Gilchrist, Det (hooking), 11:17; Murzyn, Van (high-; sticking), 19:51. i Third Period -5, Detroit, Shanahan 13 (Lidstrom, : Yzarman), 10:39 (pp). 6, Detroit, Lapointe 7 (Lar-' lonov, Murphy), 16:22. Penaltles-Shanahan, Det 1 (cross-checking), 8:30; Mogilny, Van (high-stick-i Ing), 10.27; Lidstrom, Det (Interference), 11:11; : (McCarty, Det (roughing), 16:35; Brashear, Van (roughing), 16:35. Palm Beach Post Wire Services PALM CITY Carl Alexander of Winter Park eagled the second hole Tuesday and rolled to his first victory in the PGA Tournament Series. Alexander won by two strokes with a final round of five-under-par 67 and a two-day total of 135 on the 6,824-yard course at the Golden Bear Golf Club at Hammock Creek. Pat Frasca of Palm Beach Gardens and Jack Ferenz of Vero Beach tied for second, each with 69-68137. Frasca, an assistant at Ballenlsles Country Club, birdied the fourth through seventh holes and made two more birdies and two bogies. Alexander played in three North Florida PGA Winter Tour tournaments in November and has broken 70 in seven of his past eight rounds, the last six in a row. 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